The fate of embattled Meru County Governor Bishop Kawira Mwangaza hungs in the balance as she hopes that the Senate will overturn her Impeachment by the Meru County Members of County Assembly. About 67 MCAs out of 69 voted for her to be impeached from office. And if the Senate will upheld the decision, she will be the first ever Governor to be impeached after serving for very few days in office. The governor is barely four months in office.
Embattled Governor Kawira Mwangaza could be in more trouble as Senate speaker Amason Kingi confirmed the following. According to his latest post, the Senate speaker confirmed that on Tuesday 20th December, 2002, the Senate will have a special sitting in the Chamber as from 2:30pm to hear the charges against Hon Kawira Mwangaza, the Governor of Meru, as filed by the County Assembly of Meru. Given that the governor was elected as an independent candidate in a place where both the Azimio and Kenya Kwanza fielded their candidates, she has slim hopes of getting support especially from the United Democratic Alliance party.
"On Tuesday 20th December, 2002, the Senate will have a special sitting in the Chamber as from 2:30pm to hear the charges against Hon Kawira Mwangaza, the Governor of Meru, as filed by the County Assembly of Meru." Tweeted by Senate Speaker Amason Kingi
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